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I see lots of things being tumbled. I wanted to share things I find beautiful as a fat woman. If you want to know more about me click here or down below in the pages area. My pictures and personal...

Having an eating disorder doesn't always mean a person is underweight and emaciated, in fact, it's probably the least likely sign. There isn't a certain "look" - eating disorders come in all shapes, weights, and sizes. An eating disorder is about the MIND, not the BODY. It is an addictive, life threatening, mental illness. The body is effected, though in most cases the damage is internal and cannot be seen on the outside. #eatingdisorder #recovery

Monitoring your weight leads to food obsession, binging, anxiety, restriction and ultimately long term weight gain. Use the principles of intuitive eating to make peace with food and stop weight cycling.

Headspace (mindfulness app) on Instagram: “Acceptance doesn't mean to sit back and do nothing. It means having the clarity of mind to know when to let go... and when to act.…”

Want more body positive inspo? Tired of being made to feel like you aren't good enough by the media? Check out these safe spaces that welcome everybody, no matter your size, shape, colour, age, gender or sexual preference etc: